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Catherine Poslusny

Catherine Poslusny


Catherine Poslusny is a writer and content marketing strategist based out of Norman, Oklahoma. She's written for healthcare companies since 2016, and she's most passionate about her work in women’s health, fertility, and reproductive rights. You can find her at catherinerosewrites.com.

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Is it really harder to get pregnant in your 30s?

Having a baby, or babies, in your 30s is the new norm. Maybe you waited because you were...

Cervical Mucus
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5 Most Commonly Asked Questions About Cervical Mucus Patterns

When you first learn about tracking cervical mucus (CM) to predict ovulation, it sounds great....

Women's Health
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Your PCOS Questions Answered: Q&A with Dr. BreAnna Guan

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is now so widespread that it’s starting to be referred to as a...

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How are testosterone and PCOS linked to female infertility?

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common causes of female infertility. In...

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How to Prepare For a Fertility Specialist Consultation

The decision to see a fertility specialist is a major step for anyone that’s trying to conceive,...

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8 Questions to Ask Your Doctor Before You Try To Conceive

The decisions you make during the first month of your pregnancy will set the stage for your...

Fertility Awareness
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Can you have a biphasic temperature chart and not ovulate?

Learning how to chart your menstrual cycles is one of the best ways to demystify your body’s...

Women's Health
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What causes anovulatory bleeding?

Whether you’re trying to conceive or avoid, it’s natural to start paying closer attention to how...

Women's Health
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Can you get pregnant on your period?

In the world of female reproductive health, a consistent lack of research and abundance of...

Women's Health
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Myth or Magic: Debunking Hot Health Items Targeting Women

As women become more comfortable publicly talking about topics that were previously taboo—such...

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Are at-home fertility tests worth the cost?

While everyone practices social distancing to help stop the spread of the coronavirus...

Avoiding Pregnancy
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Will natural birth control work for me during perimenopause?

A big part of any natural birth control method is learning about your menstrual cycle—how long...

Getting Pregnant
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Ready to Have a Baby After Years of Birth Control? Start Here.

You carefully avoided getting pregnant for so long, and now you’re ready to get pregnant....

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IVF series, part V: What are benefits and risks of the IVF process?

The use of in vitro fertilization (IVF) has grown significantly over the past few decades,...

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IVF Series, part III: When should IVF be done? Why would IVF be recommended?

Deciding whether or not to pursue in vitro fertilization (IVF) is one of the biggest choices...

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Catherine Poslusny

Is cervical mucus a sign of fertility?

Cervical mucus (CM) is created by the cervix to serve many purposes, including helping sperm...

trying to conceive
Catherine Poslusny

Does stress really make it more difficult to get pregnant?

Can you remember the last time that you felt truly relaxed? How long ago was it? When faced with...

Avoiding Pregnancy
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5 Things to Consider Before Using Natural Birth Control

Everyone has their own unique reasons for considering the switch to natural birth control. ...


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